No, but he is a good man and I still have respect for him. Unfortunately, Robertson seemed to have placed theology before decency in this case, but his motives were probably just to provoke theological discussion on the subject. What he said was outrageous, and inexcusable, and he should probably retire soon.
Does Nagin speak for you? Seems He knows who God is after too.
Hey there. Unsure how else to reach you but in the spirit of your blog, I thought of you when I saw this book. http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1400050642/qid=1137595686/sr=8-1/ref=pd_bbs_1/002-6698776-4345619?n=507846&s=books&v=glance
Let me try to re-input your tag, anonymous... Crunchy Cons.From what I note of the book, it looks mildly interesting... but at present any book that the National Review likes may not be one I'll dig. I'll keep my eye out for it, though...
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